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Our clinical team of Specialist ADHD Consultant Psychiatrists, Coaches and Therapists are highly experienced and offer only the latest evidence-based treatments to ensure that their clients get the help that they need quickly, safely, and effectively. We offer a wide range of effective treatments which are always individually tailored to best suit your specific needs.

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Dr. Debra Keay

Consultant Psychiatrist

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Dr Mukesh Kripalani
MD MRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

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Alexandra Loewe, BMus, MA, DipTCA

ADHD Coach & Mindfulness Coach

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Rupert Pearson BA
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Private Tutor and Educational Therapist

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Dr Shaker-Naeeni
MD MRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

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Baruch Spiegel B.C.A.B.A

Consultant Behaviour Analyst

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Dr Ashish Kumar MBBS MRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

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James R Álvarez BA, MSc, MPhil, PhD, CSci, CPsychol, AFBPsS

Consultant Clinical, Forensic & Occupational Psychologist

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Dr Stephanie Morrison DPsy., CPsychol

Psychologist

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Dr C Rao MBBS MRCPsych

Senior Consultant Adult Psychiatrist

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Dr. Debra Keay

Consultant Psychiatrist

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Dr Mukesh Kripalani
MD MRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

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Dr Stephanie Morrison
DPsy., CPsychol

Psychologist

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Rupert Pearson BA
(Dunelm), PGCE

Private Tutor and Educational Therapist

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Dr Shaker-Naeeni
MD MRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

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Alexandra Loewe, BMus, MA, DipTCA

ADHD Coach & Mindfulness Coach

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Dr C Rao MBBS MRCPsych

Senior Consultant Adult Psychiatrist

Latest Evidence-Based Treatments Available

  • CBT | Coaching
  • COGMED
  • Medications
  • Parent Support
  • Wellbeing | Mindfulness

What is CBT?

CBT stands for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, it is an approach to treatment which is designed to boost up an individual’s happiness by modifying dysfunctional behaviours, emotions, and thoughts. This therapy is meant to make the client understand that their negative thoughts can be a hindrance to unlocking their maximum potentials.

What is Coaching?

Coaching is a practical intervention that is administered to deal with the client’s specific needs and personal goals. This intervention is aimed to improve the clients’ time management, goal setting, planning, problem solving and organisation.

There are also circumstances that call both to be combined. Which is why several evidence-based studies show that combining CBT with Coaching, renders the best results in successfully dealing with ADHD symptoms.

What are the benefits of ADHD Coaching?

Our ADHD coaching has made remarkable results in our client’s daily functioning. The coaches’ focus is to improve the daily life experiences of their clients, by teaching them new skills. These skills include:

  • Ignore the possible distractions
  • Regulate their sleeping patterns
  • Develop their decision making
  • Manage their impulsivity
  • Set a healthy boundary up
  • Maintain focus on their work
  • Create a better relationship with their professional and personal life
  • Stay on top of paperwork and finances

Our behaviour specialist coaches have helped many clients in dealing with their problems involving self-management. People who have ADHD deals with common problems which involve:

  • Maintaining their Motivation
  • Managing their Time
  • Organising
  • Finishing their Tasks on Time
  • Enhanced their Social Skills
  • Retaining their Focus
  • Being impulsive

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People with ADHD have poor working memories. A working memory is the brain’s capability to store and control information for a short period of time. These individuals struggle with tasks that require them to use an inquired information, as their guide in achieving their tasks.

What is the connection between COGMED and Working Memory?

COGMED is a computer-based training program created to improve a person’s working memory. Research and clinical studies show that 80% of the participants that took part in the internet-based Cogmed Working Memory Training, boosted up their focus upon completing the training.

The target for the COGMED Memory Training is to improve an individual’s working memory capacity and help raise their cognitive functions. This impairment in cognitive functions is partly the reason why an individual has problems with learning and attention.

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What is the ADHD Medication?

The most commonly prescribed drug are Stimulants. Stimulants last for 4 to 12 hours. It has a calming effect on the individuals with ADHD. It comes in a form of a capsule, skin patch, liquid, or pill.

Although it is the doctors’ immediate choice,  stimulants are not for everyone because some just do not work well with stimulants. Therefore, non-stimulants are prescribed.

Non-stimulant Drugs are occasionally used along with, or as an alternative to stimulants. Patients who take non-stimulants are less sleepless and less agitated.

Antidepressants are also prescribed to the individuals with ADHD who also have a depression, mood disorder, or anxiety

What are the benefits of ADHD Medication?

ADHD medication has helped our clients in many ways, but it cannot cure ADHD. It just helps the patient control the ADHD symptoms. These medications help the patients to stay focused and to take control of their emotion. This is why it is highly recommended that ADHD medication is to be taken while undergoing the therapy.  

For a reason that each person has various needs, medications can work for some, but cannot for others. It highly recommended that a physician is closely monitoring the patient’s medication.

An unmonitored medication is highly risky for the patient.

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Parents too undergo a lot of things in dealing with their child with ADHD. It is important for the parents that they set their mind and hearts into helping their child.

We have a carefully structured a programme to help parents manage their child’s behaviour. We will provide strategies and tips to help them manage their child’s behaviour.

During the workshop, it is important that the parents will stay positive, know what they’re doing and most importantly, have them believe in their child.

The parents are just as important as the physicians during their child’s treatment.  This is because over time their child’s response to the treatment changes and it gives us no assurance that the treatment’s benefits will persist.

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Taking care of our well-being is a must for everyone. One of the ways in taking care of our well-being is in a form of exercise.

Whenever we exercise, our body increases the release of the hormone dopamine. An increase of dopamine can help those who have ADHD to develop their focus and attention span.

It can also help increase the release of endorphins in our body. Endorphins are hormones which are naturally produced by our body, in response to pain. Endorphins are the hormones responsible for giving us a ‘good-feeling’ and euphoria.

What is Mindfulness Meditation?

Mindfulness Meditation is one of the alternative treatments for ADHD. It involves giving attention to your thoughts, feelings and other bodily sensations.

How can Mindfulness help those who have ADHD?

Mindfulness can help the patients to develop their individual skills such as controlling their attention and strengthening their focus.

It also teaches the patients to be aware of their emotional state in order for them to not react impulsively which is oftentimes the problem for those who have ADHD.

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The ADHD Centre

85 Wimpole Street
London
W1G 9RJ

 

ADHD Centre in London
85 Wimpole St., Marylebone London, W1G 9RJ, UK

 

ADHD Centre in Manchester
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13304 PO Box 6945 London W1A 6US

Who We Are

We are a team of experienced Consultant Psychiatrists, Psychologists and ADHD Behavioural Coaches.

We have been diagnosing and treating people with ADHD since 2009.

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